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Old 01-24-2013, 02:23 AM   #976
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That looks awesome! Haha i want one now
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Old 01-24-2013, 06:31 AM   #977
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Nice car Zafira!



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Old 01-24-2013, 11:37 AM   #978
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new build M06-Pro with some Hop-Up and Silvia S13 Body
Looks like a clever, clean build!
Is this a shorty LIPO, as the esc is even behind it?
What turns on the Motor?

Cool body, too!

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new build M06-Pro with some Hop-Up and Silvia S13 Body
Absolutely beautiful.
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Old 01-24-2013, 08:03 PM   #980
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Whose rear shock tower is that? Its an interesting shape
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Old 01-24-2013, 09:37 PM   #981
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Looks like a clever, clean build!
Is this a shorty LIPO, as the esc is even behind it?
What turns on the Motor?

Cool body, too!

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it is normal Lipo, with esc behind the battre. i use 17.5T

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Old 01-24-2013, 09:42 PM   #982
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Whose rear shock tower is that? Its an interesting shape
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Old 01-26-2013, 08:55 PM   #983
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Old 01-31-2013, 01:06 PM   #984
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Tower has the M06R in stock. Anyone have the part numbers for the rear axle clamp weight and lower suspension link?
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Old 01-31-2013, 03:06 PM   #985
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Started racing the M06 again. Using mid wheelbase, miata body.

Front
M-grip (20% compound)
600wt/3hole
Red spring
Lowest ride height (around 6mm)

Rear
S-grip (full compound)
400wt/3hole
Yellow, short spring
3mm ride height

Battery in forward position.

Balance pretty ok, now time to get more power from the Tamiya 28T lightly tuned motor.

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Old 02-02-2013, 12:19 PM   #986
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Default odd issue with ball diff and universals

I'm installing the ball diff #54194 with the #53597 universal shafts.

Go together awesome, until I try to get enough rear camber on the right side.

The plastic blade on the universal end bottoms out on the plastic T-nut holder, not allowing enough plunge.

I don't think turning the diff around makes a difference, it's seems symmetrical.

Anyone see this?
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I'm installing the ball diff #54194 with the #53597 universal shafts.

Go together awesome, until I try to get enough rear camber on the right side.

The plastic blade on the universal end bottoms out on the plastic T-nut holder, not allowing enough plunge.

I don't think turning the diff around makes a difference, it's seems symmetrical.

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You have the t nut installed in wrong diff joints. Disassemble the diff, pull out t nut, spring and swap with thread screw and trust bearing on other side and vice versa
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Finished my M06R kit build recently. Ran it for the first time yesterday. I am a regular M05 driver and the 6 makes for a much more exciting drive. After playing with springs and weights and controller setup the car drove reasonably well. Still having issues with brakes. As in touching them makes the car swap ends at any speed. Any advice appreciated

Attached are some photos of the R as from the kit with a hobbywing 13T motor setup.
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Finished my M06R kit build recently. Ran it for the first time yesterday. I am a regular M05 driver and the 6 makes for a much more exciting drive. After playing with springs and weights and controller setup the car drove reasonably well. Still having issues with brakes. As in touching them makes the car swap ends at any speed. Any advice appreciated

Attached are some photos of the R as from the kit with a hobbywing 13T motor setup.
Can you list the part numbers for the rear axle clamp weight and lower suspension link?

Make sure you have o rings in front shocks. You're are standard touring shocks so you may even need 3. This will reduce the weight transfer. Only other thing I can recommend is reducing reverse EPA. Mine is down to 25%. This will lessen the car from swaping ends. However you will not completely do away with it. It's the nature of rear wheel drive RC.

When I race, I don't use brakes. You can also play with drag brake.. use that instead of brakes
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Finished my M06R kit build recently. Ran it for the first time yesterday. I am a regular M05 driver and the 6 makes for a much more exciting drive. After playing with springs and weights and controller setup the car drove reasonably well. Still having issues with brakes. As in touching them makes the car swap ends at any speed. Any advice appreciated

Attached are some photos of the R as from the kit with a hobbywing 13T motor setup.
Nice. I see you are having the same issues as me with the stickers not sticking.



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